Membership

Become a member of The Muse to support us in achieving our mission of inspiring a passion for our history, arts, and culture.

Members also receive a variety of perks including free admission, quarterly newsletters, and more!  See details below.

 

Membership Benefits

INDIVIDUAL ($45 Annually):

  • Free admission for you
  • Quarterly Muse Newsletter
  • Free (or reduced) admission to most events and exhibitions
  • Invitation to “Members Only” events
  • 10% discount on Shop the Muse purchases (excludes original art)
  • Preferred booking for special programs/events
  • Borrow books from the Art Centre Library

FAMILY ($75 Annually):

  • Free admission for parents and their children under 18
  • All the other benefits listed above

PATRON ($75 + Donation of $75 to $124):

  • Free admission for you and your guests
  • Income tax receipt for the amount of your donation
  • All the other benefits listed above

SUSTAINING ($75 + Donation of $125 to $424):

  • All the Patron Membership benefits

SPONSOR ($75 + Donation of $425 to $924):

  • All Sustaining Membership benefits

BENEFACTOR ($75 + Donation of $925 and over)

  • All Sponsor Membership benefits

INSTITUTIONAL (Schools/Businesses) ($200):

  • Free admission for you and your guests on institutional business
  • Preferred booking and rates for educational programs

 

Personal information contained on this form is collected pursuant to the Municipal Act, 2001 and will be used for the purpose of fulfilling the above request(s). Questions about this collection should be directed to: The Freedom of Information and Privacy Co-Ordinator, City of Kenora, One Main Street South, Kenora, ON P9N 3X2. 807-467-2027

Did you know?

The editor of the local newspaper pushed for Kenora to be named “Tresilva” instead.  He thought the word was excellent because it could be written without lifting the pen off the paper. The name Tresilva was tremendously unpopular with the townsfolk and was quickly abandoned.

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